The Stolen Child by Emily Shiner

I'm on tour with Zooloo’s Book Tours with The Stolen Child by Emily Shiner. It's a book I've seen a lot of on social media and for good reason. This is a great read with a striking cover.

This book is a warning about putting too much of your "perfect" life on social media. Eliza is a stay at home mommy blogger who showcases her perfect family, house, and personal style, who is growing her fan base and starting to get sponsors. She also has a secret she will do anything to protect. Bethany follows Eliza's blog and social media and even though she is single, works in a bar, and does not dress the best, she is convinced they are exactly alike and Bethany wants to be Eliza's best friend. Bethany setups casual 'meet ups' where she knows Eliza will be. The story is told in dual POV, one from Eliza and one from Bethany, so the reader can clearly understand what each woman is thinking. Eliza is horrified at the thought of having Bethany as her friend but when Bethany finds out her secret she must play along with Bethany. Bethany just wants to be friends and does not think anything of threatening Eliza with her secret. Bethany has big plans for her friendship with Eliza. How far will Eliza go to protect her secret? This quick read is highly engaging. I could not read this book fast enough.

About the Author:

Emily Shiner always dreamed of becoming an author but first served her time as a banker and a teacher. After a lifetime of devouring stacks of thrillers, she decided to try her hand at writing them herself. Now she gets to live out her dream of writing novels and sharing her stories with people around the world. She lives in the Appalachian Mountains and loves hiking with her husband, daughter, and their two dogs.

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  1. Thank you so much for taking part in the tour and for sharing your review x


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